Exam Schedule and Study Guides Q3

Quarter 3 Exam Schedule: Grade 3

Specialty Classes

Monday, March 5th   – Art and Music - Morning
                                       
Wednesday, March 7th PE - Afternoon
                                                               
Thursday, March 8th   – Health – Morning
                           - Christian Living – Morning
                           -  Computer – Afternoon

Friday, March 9th Chinese – Afternoon
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Major Exams

March 5th – 9th Part 1 Reading: Oral Exam

Friday, March 9thLanguage Arts

Monday, March 12th   – Social Studies *
- Science *

Tuesday, March 13th   - Math *
                                        - Reading Part 2: Written Exam *


* Exams will be in the morning, with a study break in between.  Students will be dismissed to go home at 11:15am. 




Grade 3 Math Study Guide       
Quarter 3, 2017-2018
Mr. Yaremchuk

Introduction
The points in the table below list the skills and concepts we have learned this quarter. You should be able to use these skills and concepts when given a real-world situation.

Details
  • Exam date: Tuesday, March 13, 8:15am
  • Exam type: Written
  • Scoring: Maximum score 100%
  • Question types: Problem Solving, Fill in the blanks, Calculating

Reading / Review Materials
  • Chapters 7 – 9 (pages 251 – 384) in your Go Math Student Book
  • Student Work booklets – One booklet per chapter
  • The lessons in your textbook: These provide examples and questions you can use for practice.
  • Tests and quizzes: They reflect the type of questions you will be asked in the exam.
  • Notes: Read through your notes taken during classes.
  • Vocabulary: be sure you know the meaning of key vocabulary in your textbook lessons, tests and quizzes.
Key Information for Review
Tick the box when you have reviewed each item
Chapter 7
  • Use different strategies practiced from quarter 2 and be able to divide by any number up to 10.

Chapter 8
  • Equal parts of a whole
  • Equal shares
  • Fractions of a whole
  • Fractions on a number line
  • Relate fractions and whole numbers
  • Fractions of a group and part of a group

  • Chapter 9
    • Comparing fractions with the same numerator or denominator
    • Comparing and ordering fractions
    • Equivalent fractions

    Remember to eat and sleep well before exams!
    Talk to me in class if you have any questions.

    Study Hard!






                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     Grade 3 Reading Study Guide       
    Quarter 3, 2017-2018
    Mr. Yaremchuk

    Introduction
    The points in the table below list the skills and concepts we have learned this quarter. You should be able to use these skills and concepts when given a real-world situation.

    Details
    • Exam dates: Part 1: Oral Exam: March 5 - 9
    • Exam dates: Part 2: Written Exam: Tuesday, March 13, 10:00 am
    • Scoring: Maximum score 100%
    • Question types: Multiple Choice, Short Answer, Read and Respond, Oral

    Reading / Review Materials
    • Unit 3 (pages 362-390) in your Journeys Textbook, The Chocolate Touch booklet, Poetry booklet
    • The lessons in your textbook: These provide examples and questions you can use for practice.
    • Tests and quizzes: They reflect the type of questions you will be asked in the exam.
    • Notes: Read through your notes taken during classes.
    • Vocabulary: be sure you know the meaning of key vocabulary from: Jump!, Moonshot (Youtube), and The Chocolate Touch.
    • For the Oral Exam, please practice reading with flow and rhythm.


    Please note:

    Part 1: Oral exam – you will have to read two poems.


    Remember to eat and sleep well before exams!
    Talk to me in class if you have any questions.
    Study Hard!




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         Grade 3 Language Arts & Spelling Study Guide       
    Quarter 3, 2017-2018
    Mr. Yaremchuk

    Introduction
    The points in the table below list the skills and concepts we have learned this quarter. You should be able to use these skills and concepts when given a real-world situation.

    Details
    • Exam date: Friday, March 9, 8:15 am
    • Exam type: Written
    • Scoring: Maximum score 100%
    • Question types: Fill in the blank, Short Answer, Proofread, Essay Writing

    Reading / Review Materials
    • Expository Essay Writing, Selecting Adjectives, Adverbs (pages 132-163, 389-392) in your Write Source Textbook
    • The lessons in your textbook: These provide examples and questions you can use for practice.
    • Practice booklets: one each for adjectives and adverbs
    • Tests and quizzes: They reflect the type of questions you will be asked in the exam.
    • Notes: Read through your notes taken during classes.
    • All Spelling Words from spelling tests. You will need to find misspelled words and spell them correctly.

    Key Information for Review
    Tick the box when you have reviewed each item
    Writing
            Follow the steps to the writing process
            Parts of an expository essay
            Main idea and supporting details
            Know how to organize the essay
            Revising/Editing your writing
            Select a topic from the options given
        Use the 6 traits of writing (as they are shown in your rubric)


    Selecting Adjectives
      Tell us: which kind, how much, how many, which one
           Comparing two objects
           Comparing three or more objects
          Rules for single syllable or multi-syllable words

    Selecting Adverbs
           Tell us: when, how often, where, how
           Proper place in a sentence

    Remember to eat and sleep well before exams!
    Talk to me in class if you have any questions.

    Study Hard!





                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    Grade 3 Science Study Guide       
    Quarter 3, 2017-2018
    Mr. Yaremchuk


    Introduction
    The points in the table below list the skills and concepts we have learned this quarter. You should be able to use these skills and concepts when given a real-world situation.

    Details
    • Exam date: Monday, March 12, 10:00 am
    • Exam type: Written
    • Scoring: Maximum score 100%
    • Question types: Multiple Choice, Fill in the blank, Short Answer

    Reading / Review Materials
    • Units 5, 6, and Unit 7 (pages 203 – 322) in your Science Fusion Textbook
    • The lessons in your textbook: These provide examples and questions you can use for practice.
    • Tests and quizzes: They reflect the type of questions you will be asked in the exam.
    • Notes: Read through your notes and interactive notebook activities taken from class.
    • Vocabulary: be sure you know the meaning of key vocabulary in your textbook lessons, tests and quizzes.

    Key Information for Review
    Tick the box when you have reviewed each item
    Unit 5
    • High and low landforms
    • Difference between weathering and erosion
    • Slow land changes
    • Fast land changes and how to be prepared for them

    Unit 6
    • Natural resources (renewable and nonrenewable, and fossil fuels)
    • The three kinds of pollution and its effects on the environment
    • How to reduce pollution
    • Conservation - reduce, reuse, recycle
  • Different kinds of soil
  • Different layers of soil
  • Plants need soil

  • Unit 7
    • Explain the water cycle
    • Describe what weather is and how it can change
    • We can use tools to measure different weather
    • How can we be prepared for different kinds of weather?
    • Different states of water and where we can find them





    Key Vocabulary Words

    Unit 5: landform, canyon, valley, mountain, plateau, plains, weathering, erosion, glacier, earthquake, volcano, flood
    Unit 6: natural resource, renewable resource, nonrenewable resource, fossil fuels, conservation, soil, humus, sand, silt, clay, nutrients

    Unit 7: salt water, fresh water, evaporation, condensation, precipitation, water cycle, atmosphere, oxygen, weather, temperature

    Remember to eat and sleep well before exams!
    Talk to me in class if you have any questions.

    Study Hard!





                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   Grade 3 Social Studies Study Guide       
    Quarter 3, 2017-2018
    Mr. Yaremchuk


    Introduction
    The points in the table below list the skills and concepts we have learned this quarter. You should be able to use these skills and concepts when given a real-world situation.

    Details
    • Exam date: Monday, March 12, 8:15 am
    • Exam type: Written
    • Scoring: Maximum score 100%
    • Question types: Multiple Choice, Matching, Fill in the Blank, Short Answer

    Reading / Review Materials
    • Chapter 6 and 8 (pages 186–221, 264-299) in your My World Textbook
    • The lessons in your textbook: These provide examples and questions you can use for practice.
    • Tests and quizzes: They reflect the type of questions you will be asked in the exam.
    • Notes: Read through your notes taken during classes.
    • Vocabulary: be sure you know the meaning of key vocabulary in your textbook lessons, tests and quizzes.

    Key Information for Review
    Tick the box when you have reviewed each item
    Chapter 6
    • How did explorers travel?
    • What ways made traveling easier?
    • Why did people immigrate to North America?
    • Why did people move from eastern USA to western USA?
    • Immigrants had some hard times.
    • Asian immigrants
    • The ways of communication improved through time
    • How did new inventions (technology) change people’s lives?
    • What new ideas changed people’s lives?
    • Some people are famous, or remembered, for being activists
    Chapter 8
    • Cultural regions
    • How do warm and cold climates affect culture?
    • Practice the skill of comparing and contrasting cultures
    • Culture is celebrated through the arts (songs, stories, sculptures, paintings, dance)
    • Cultures have different traditions
    • Some cultures have celebrations for many things
    • USA has diversity
    • Be able to compare and contrast using a Venn diagram




    Key Vocabulary Words

    Chapter 6: canal, wagon train, immigrants, communicate, invention, patent, telegraph, technology, equal rights, assembly line, vaccine, activist


    Chapter 8: cultural region, recreation, arts, anthem, folk tale, hero, symbol, landmark, harvest, diversity, ancestors

    Remember to eat and sleep well before exams!
    Talk to me in class if you have any questions.

    Study Hard!

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